Mostly I'm making a whole post about this because I'm tired of seeing that BS dream post as the top post. Editors if you want to prevent this site from becoming a juvenile chicagobears.com message board, you might want to nip immature crap like that in the bud. That post is on the level of maturity and relevence as one of those fake "We just traded for Cutler!" titles, with a story inside of "made you look".
Anyways, on to the mock. It's a 3 round mock, and I don't hate it so I'll pass it on.
Round 1: Jeremy Maclin. I think Maclin has a real chance of falling to us on draft day. The real draft, as opposed to concensus that builds in mocks before the draft, puts more emphasis on lineman, and less on RBs/WRs. Maclin's off-season has been solid, but unspectacular. I think there will be more of a run on OTs, and less on one on WRs before us.
Round 2: Herman Johnson. I like the idea of getting a big body to take over at RG. This would complete an overhaul of the o-line that saw us get much younger and much bigger in one off-season. Louis Delmas is still on the board, however, and I think we need a playmaker at FS more than we need a RG. Still, I don't hate the pick.
Round 3.1: Mitch King. This guy is a DT from Iowa. I don't know much about him, other than he's a one-gap, high-motor DT, but I think we have bigger needs, even on the D-line, than DT.
Round 3.2: Stephen McGee. Interesting prospect. He is 6'3", 220, ran a 4.6 40 at the combine. Supposed to be a very good guy and tremendous leader. Pretty accurate (59.5% for his career). He got hurt his senior year, then never got his job back. Not sure what's up with that, but as a bonus draft pick (he'd be our compensatory pick) I would like it.